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What is BAN (body area network) ?

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What is BAN (body area network) ?
posted Jul 4, 2015 by Harshita

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BAN technology is still an emerging technology, and as such it has a very short history. BAN technology emerges as the natural byproduct of existing sensor network technology and biomedical engineering. Professor Guang-Zhong Yang was the first person to formally define the phrase "Body Sensor Network" (BSN) with publication of his book Body Sensor Networks in 2006. BSN technology represents the lower bound of power and bandwidth from the BAN use case scenarios. However, BAN technology is quite flexible and there are many potential uses for BAN technology in addition to BSNs. Some of the more common use cases for BAN technology are:

  1. Body Sensor Networks (BSN)
  2. Sports and Fitness Monitoring
  3. Wireless Audio
  4. Mobile Device Integration
  5. Personal Video Devices

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answer Jul 5, 2015 by Amit Kumar Pandey
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